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Restless legs syndrome

20th September 2011
Restless legs syndrome is a neurological disorder which involves an irresistible urge to move, usually your legs but it may affect other areas of the body, to stop an uncomfortable feeling. Restless legs syndrome is often thought to affect older people, a... Read >
Author: Henry James

Autism Treatment - Methylcobolamin (aka. Methyl-B12) An Important Treatment For Autism

25th August 2011
Methylcobolamin (Methyl-B12) as a vitamin is a very important Autism treatment for individuals – children, teenagers and adults – on the autism-spectrum. It is also useful for those with other issues as well including attention deficit, attent... Read >
Author: Dr. Kurt Woeller

If You Have Depression Avoid These 3 Foods

26th November 2010
According to statistics, half of the US population will experience some sort of mental disorder in their life. The question arises, why is depression so prevalent in today's society. Shockingly, the answer may be in what we're eating. Science has final... Read >
Author: Ryan Camana

Top 3 Foods You Have To Avoid If You Have Anxiety

23rd November 2010
Anxiety is rampant in today's society. The problem is so great that today's high school student has as much anxiety as a psychiatric patient of the 1950's. Why is anxiety so prevalent today? Is it just the stress of modern life? Shockingly it could be wha... Read >
Author: Ryan Camana

Cheap Modalert drug with no prescription

16th August 2010
Modalert is an analeptic medicine manufactured by Cephalon, and is authorized by the U.S. Foods and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment method of narcolepsy, shift function rest problem, and excessive daytime sleepiness linked with obstructive slu... Read >
Author: Kim Haerrell

Effects of Cocaine Addiction

12th May 2010
Cocaine addiction is a serious problem that can cause short term and long term adverse, even irreversible effects on the body. The Effects of Crack Cocaine Addiction can be felt by everyone, not just the user, but also the people around them. The power... Read >
Author: Laine McKenna

The Highs and Lows of The ADHD Inattentive Personality Can Be Unpredictable

01st March 2010
If you have an ADHD attentive personality you already know how challenging the condition can be. In fact you may already know that for a person to receive a positive diagnosis for ADHD they must have the symptom of inattention, lasting more than 6 weeks, ... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

12 life changing (Natural Healthy Chemicals)

07th August 2009
What if I was to say that you can improve your health based on having the knowledge of what these chemicals can do? Well this will be the day when you will find out. All these chemicals are 100% natural and can improve your health, physically and mentally... Read >
Author: elephant9

What Can Cause Bipolar Disorder

27th April 2009
What about bipolar disorder? The illness is considered as the effect; so what then are the causes? Studies are still underway and researchers are still tryin to determine the exact cause of bipolar disorder. Scientific evidence claims that the chemical im... Read >
Author: Jesus Sabu

Neurotransmitter Testing: How Detecting Neurotransmitter Imbalance Can Help You to Feel Better, Fast

13th April 2009
Neurotransmitters, chemicals in our brains that work as messengers between brain cells, are responsible for most of what goes on in our bodies. They regulate our behavior, our emotions, our ability to learn, and the way we sleep. When these chemicals are ... Read >
Author: Valerie

Laser light therapy may combat anxiety

22nd September 2008
There could be some hope for those suffering from severe anxiety. A laser already approved by the FDA to treat physical pain could help ease the pain of anxiety. Patients barely feel the low level laser which is used similar to acupuncture. Research... Read >
Author: Shane

ADHD Is A Real Medical Condition

24th February 2008
ADHD is, in fact, a medical condition. It is really important to remember this, because even very educated people who know a lot about ADD, often still, underneath it all, think that maybe it is not a true medical condition. They believe the person should... Read >
Author: Dr. Kenny Handelman
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